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Kidnapping: a lucrative business in Nigeria
« on: February 02, 2010, 08:41:02 PM »
before, we watched in indian film how the big boss will
come to the village and kidnap a bride, then after all
efforts by the police, the groom, who is usually the actor
will pursue the kidnappers, and after a hard fight (gumun
the end) he takes back his bride home - that is kidnapping
in india and at the mention of the word, i cast my mind
to indian film.

but now, its the other way round, its purely nigeria's lucrative
business and just as it is in the indian films, the nigerian
police force and other security agencies cant go a mile off
their station in finding a lasting solution to this high rising
business - bankers are now targets since after yar'adu's
amnesty plan.  mutanen ................ sai su shirya.

on 25th of january, 2010, unknown gun men kidnapped a man
of God, bishop of Benin Diocese of the Anglican Communion and
Edo State chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN),
Rt. Rev Peter Imasuen, the kidnappers are demanding N50.

John Bennett, Kelvin Gray,  Fabian Sanchez and Martin Philips
where kidnapped earlier in the same month of january in abia
state of nigeria.

Eze Samuel Ohiri of Orodo community in Mbaitoli LGA of Imo State
was also kidnapped and in the process his father Mr Festus Ohiri and
cousin were shot dead.

Mr. Uba Anichebe is the south east regional manager of afribank plc
spent four solid days in the hands of his kidnappers (after the bank
must have furnished its own part of the deal N20M)

its no longer a lauhghing matter, one of nigeria's famous comedy
actor, osuofia spent a whole week in the hands of his kidnappers.

to cut the story short by a latest kidnap of a skye bank official
abdulrahman umar sa'id this weekend in abuja and the kidnappers
are now demanding 30M solid.

so, guys watch your backs especially if you know you are worth
kidnapping.

stay blessed
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Re: Kidnapping: a lucrative business in Nigeria
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2010, 02:54:50 PM »
An estmated 512 persons have been kidnaped in 2009 in Nig. The rate is up nearly 70% from all of 2008. A total 353 kidnappings were reported in 2008. Kidnapping is rompart in many parts of the country, infact it is a thriving buzs in many state. Abia state has the most incidents with 110 ppl take hostage. Allah ya shiga tsakanin ma gari da mugu.
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Re: Kidnapping: a lucrative business in Nigeria
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2010, 02:55:36 PM »
An estmated 512 persons have been kidnaped in 2009 in Nig. The rate is up nearly 70% from all of 2008. A total 353 kidnappings were reported in 2008. Kidnapping is rompart in many parts of the country, infact it is a thriving buzs in many state. Abia state has the most incidents with 110 ppl take hostage. Allah ya shiga tsakanin ma gari da mugu.
Allah ya gartamana

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Re: Kidnapping: a lucrative business in Nigeria
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2010, 02:56:39 PM »
An estmated 512 persons have been kidnaped in 2009 in Nig. The rate is up nearly 70% from all of 2008. A total 353 kidnappings were reported in 2008. Kidnapping is rompart in many parts of the country, infact it is a thriving buzs in many state. Abia state has the most incidents with 110 ppl take hostage. Allah ya shiga tsakanin ma gari da mugu.
Allah ya gartamana

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Re: Kidnapping: a lucrative business in Nigeria
« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2010, 02:58:27 PM »
An estmated 512 persons have been kidnaped in 2009 in Nig. The rate is up nearly 70% from all of 2008. A total 353 kidnappings were reported in 2008. Kidnapping is rompart in many parts of the country, infact it is a thriving buzs in many state. Abia state has the most incidents with 110 ppl take hostage. Allah ya shiga tsakanin ma gari da mugu.
Allah ya gartamana

 


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